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  1. Greetings. I just started out VHDL not long ago,and not quite familiar with Moore FSM. So I was trying to write this Moore FSM code as shown in Picture of my initial sketch(Link to imgur,safe to click). after search for some reference about Moore in VHDL,I'm still stuck. I'm hoping someone can help me fill-in the missing pieces of my code and to fit into the sketch. Sincerely Appreciate. library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_UNSIGNED.ALL; use IEEE.NUMERIC_STD.ALL; entity M6B is Port ( clk : in STD_LOGIC; x : in STD_LOGIC; rst : in STD_LOGIC; --z : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (6 downto 0); AN : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (1 downto 0); ledout : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (6 downto 0)); end M6B; architecture Behavioral of M6B is type state_type is (s0,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5); signal state : state_type; signal ledbcd : std_logic_vector (3 downto 0); signal ledonc : std_logic_vector (1 downto 0); signal osc : STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (24 downto 0); signal refresh_counter: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (16 downto 0); signal oscen : std_logic; signal dispn : std_logic_vector (6 downto 0); begin process (clk,rst) begin if rst = '1' then state <= s0; elsif (rising_edge(clk)) then case state is when s0 => if x = '0' then state <= s1; else state <= s0; end if; when s1 => if x = '0' then state <= s2; else state <= s1; end if; when s2 => if x = '0' then state <= s3; else state <= s2; end if; when s3 => if x = '0' then state <= s4; else state <= s3; end if; when s4 => if x = '0' then state <= s5; else state <= s4; end if; when s5 => if x = '0' then state <= s0; else state <= s4; end if; end case; end if; end process; process (state) begin case state is when s0 => AN <= "10"; ledout <= "0000000"; when s1 => AN <= "10"; ledout <= "0000111"; when s2 => AN <= "10"; ledout <= "0000000"; when s3 => AN <= "10"; ledout <= "1001111"; when s4 => AN <= "10"; ledout <= "0000000"; when s5 => AN <= "10"; ledout <= "0000111"; end case; end process; end Behavioral;
  2. DigitalConfig

    Array

    I have found online lots or resources for creating arrays of signals, but what I have is the need to create an array of processes. for example I have a simple process that adds 2 8bit signals: sigT <= sig1 + sig2; I would like to create an Array of a particular circuit design where I could use dozens, perhaps 100s and if I am able to upgrade to your Artix200 or kintex products soon perhaps 1000s. can you direct me to such resources that might lead me to complete this kind of task please? Sincerely, DC
  3. theUltimateSource

    Reference design for mouse overlay

    hello, I am interested in the following reference design: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/nexys-4-vga-test-pattern-with-mouse-overlay/start The design currently does not provide any sources: Is this project abandoned? I believe it had not been updated since 2015. Is there a later version available (this one, perhaps, or on github?) I am interested in the USB host with mouse, which I intend to implement on the Zybo/Zybo-Z7. Do you provide the sources for this project? Is there a project you can recommend, There is also the BIST for the Zybo-Z7, maybe it contains relevant references? thank you
  4. FlyingBlindOnARocketCycle

    Walking a 1 through a vector, which logic is better?

    To control the 4 digit seven segment LED's on the Basys3 I need to mux the data by controlling the anode signal. I made a counter: (possibly a terrible resource hungry counter) seg_mux_clk: process(clk_240)--cycle through the 4 sev seg displays begin if rising_edge(clk_240) then cnt <= (cnt + 1)mod 4; end if; end process; next I have my one hot logic which I have recently decided to change. I have nothing to back this up but I suspect that the FPGA can more easily handle shifting a bit than it could handle multiplying a number. Believing the shift requires less logic also makes me think its overall better for timing. What you do you guys think? old version: an_i <= not std_logic_vector(to_unsigned(2 ** cnt,an_i'length)); New version: an_i <= not std_logic_vector(shift_left(to_unsigned(1,an_i'length) ,cnt)); PS if you are wondering why I don't just have a process that uses cnt as an unsigned, set cnt to 1 and mulitply it by 2 each clock cycle (1,2,4,8,1,2,4,8,....) , its because my displayed data is an array. This keeps my data and the proper seven segment in sync. seven_seg_out_reg: process(clk_240) begin if rising_edge (clk_240) then seg <= display(cnt); an <= an_i; end if; end process;
  5. FlyingBlindOnARocketCycle

    Behavioral simulation ignores integer ranges.

    on a simple design that adds or subtracts button presses on a basys3, I have the counter signal set as an integer from 0 to 7. When implementing this design it performs as expected. When counting up or down the 7 segment display goes from 7 back to 0 or from 0 to 7 when exceeding the integer range of the counter. When running this design in the behavioral simulation, the range is ignored. Counting from 0 to (-1) does not show a value of 7 but that of a 32 bit vector of all 1's. (negative 1) Thoughts?
  6. I have built a very simple test case, built for a Basys3, in an effort to isolate my mental error. In the VHDL below I am expecting that the process(btn) will only be triggered when the input "btn" changes. The ila I have in place shows that the process is running continuously. Well at least that is what I think it is showing me. The ila shows "btn" signal remains at zero while the up_test is increasing at a rate that appears to be free running. I must have some horrible misunderstanding about the behavior of a process with respect to its sensitivity list. Please set me straight. library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use ieee.numeric_std.all; entity btn_test is Port ( clk_100M : in STD_LOGIC; btn : in STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (4 downto 0); led : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (15 downto 0); seg : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (6 downto 0); an : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (3 downto 0); dp : out STD_LOGIC ); end btn_test; architecture Behavioral of btn_test is signal up_test : natural := 0; signal up_test_i : std_logic_vector (31 downto 0); COMPONENT ila_0 PORT ( clk : IN STD_LOGIC; probe0 : IN STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(31 DOWNTO 0); probe1 : IN STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(4 DOWNTO 0) ); END COMPONENT ; begin up_test_i <= std_logic_vector(to_unsigned(up_test,32)); up_test_ila : ila_0 PORT MAP ( clk => clk_100M, probe0 => up_test_i, probe1 => btn ); count_button_process_triggers: process(btn) begin up_test <= up_test +1; end process; led <= (others => '0'); seg <= (others => '0'); an <= (others => '1'); dp <= '0'; end Behavioral;
  7. Gau_Veldt

    My first Zybo/7010 project

    Greetings fellow FPGA enthusiasts! I'm looking for eyeballs Specifically digital logic enthusiasts, HDL or otherwise, and maybe even those appreciative of retrocomputing (my first Zybo project is a C64 clone after all). It is my hope I might find some people interested in this project: https://github.com/gau-veldt/InsideTheBox and perhaps also the associated "Inside the Box" YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnVbLwPm8Rrd8YP44djBfoQ where I am going to attempt to explain aspects of the project to others attempting to learn. I'd like to break that feeling that I'm the only one in the world interested in these things (I know I'm not but experience and YT video visitor stats keep trying to tell me otherwise ).
  8. Hello everybody, I am trying to send data from a Windows 10 computer to a Basys 3 board (Artix7 FPGA). I am using UART, and the data is entered via PuTTY, at 9600 bauds, with a stop bit and no parity. My VHDL module is based on a Finite State Machine (FSM), and two internal signals ensure the correct sampling (middle of the received bits). To test my VHDL module, I drive 8 LEDs on the board according to the received data. The problem : I manage to switch on / off the LEDs, but it doesn't seem to correspond to anyting (wrong ASCII code, or no difference between different key inputs...). So it seems I well receive data (TX lits on the Basys 3), but it is not processed correctly, and I cannot find why ! Could you please help me finding what's wrong ? ****** EDIT 1 *********************** I forgot to say that I tried to use another module found on the Internet ( https://www.nandland.com/vhdl/modules/module-uart-serial-port-rs232.html ), without any success (same issue). ******* END OF EDIT 1 ********** Please find hereafter my VHDL code & my .xdc : ## Clock signal set_property PACKAGE_PIN W5 [get_ports clk] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports clk] create_clock -add -name sys_clk_pin -period 10.00 -waveform {0 5} [get_ports clk] ## LEDs set_property PACKAGE_PIN U16 [get_ports data_out[0]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[0]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN E19 [get_ports data_out[1]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[1]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN U19 [get_ports data_out[2]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[2]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN V19 [get_ports data_out[3]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[3]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN W18 [get_ports data_out[4]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[4]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN U15 [get_ports data_out[5]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[5]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN U14 [get_ports data_out[6]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[6]] set_property PACKAGE_PIN V14 [get_ports data_out[7]] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports data_out[7]] ##Buttons set_property PACKAGE_PIN T18 [get_ports RAZ] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports RAZ] ##USB-RS232 Interface set_property PACKAGE_PIN B18 [get_ports RxD_in] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports RxD_in] library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use IEEE.NUMERIC_STD.ALL; entity UART_RX is Port ( RxD_in : in STD_LOGIC; clk : in STD_LOGIC; RAZ : in STD_LOGIC; data_out : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (7 downto 0)); end UART_RX; architecture Behavioral of UART_RX is signal tick_UART : STD_LOGIC; -- Signal "top" passage d'un état à l'autre selon vitesse connexion série signal double_tick_UART : STD_LOGIC; -- Signal précédent, fréquence * 2 signal compteur_tick_UART : integer range 0 to 10420; -- Compteur pour tick_UART signal double_compteur_tick_UART : integer range 0 to 5210; -- Compteur pour demi-périodes type state_type is (idle, start, demiStart, b0, b1, b2, b3, b4, b5, b6, b7); -- Etats de la FSM signal state :state_type := idle; -- Etat par défaut signal RAZ_tick_UART : STD_LOGIC; -- RAZ du signal tick_UART; signal RxD_temp : STD_LOGIC; -- RxD provisoire entre deux FF signal RxD_sync : STD_LOGIC; -- RxD synchronisé sur l'horloge begin D_flip_flop_1:process(clk) -- Clock crossing begin if clk = '1' and clk'event then RxD_temp <= RxD_in; end if; end process; D_flip_flop_2:process(clk) -- Clock crossing begin if clk = '1' and clk'event then RxD_sync <= RxD_temp; end if; end process; tickUART:process(clk, RAZ, state, RAZ_tick_UART) -- Compteur classique (tick_UART) begin if clk = '1' and clk'event then if (RAZ='1') or (state = idle) or (RAZ_tick_UART = '1') then compteur_tick_UART <= 0; tick_UART <= '0'; elsif compteur_tick_UART = 10417 then tick_UART <= '1'; compteur_tick_UART <= 0; else compteur_tick_UART <= compteur_tick_UART + 1; tick_UART <= '0'; end if; end if; end process; doubleTickUART:process(clk, RAZ, state) -- Compteur demi-périodes (double_tick_UART car fréquence double) begin if clk = '1' and clk'event then if (RAZ='1') or (state = idle) then double_compteur_tick_UART <= 0; double_tick_UART <= '0'; elsif double_compteur_tick_UART = 5209 then double_tick_UART <= '1'; double_compteur_tick_UART <= 0; else double_compteur_tick_UART <= double_compteur_tick_UART + 1; double_tick_UART <= '0'; end if; end if; end process; fsm:process(clk, RAZ) -- Machine à état begin if (RAZ = '1') then state <= idle; data_out <= "00000000"; RAZ_tick_UART <= '1'; elsif clk = '1' and clk'event then case state is when idle => if RxD_sync = '0' then -- Si front descendant de RxD (= bit de start) et en idle state <= start; RAZ_tick_UART <= '1'; end if; when start =>if double_tick_UART = '1' then -- Demi période écoulée (pour échantillonage) state <= demiStart; RAZ_tick_UART <= '0'; -- Le compteur tick_UART commence à compter end if; data_out <= "00000000"; -- Reset des anciennes données when demiStart => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b0; RAZ_tick_UART <= '0'; end if; data_out(0) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 0 when b0 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b1; end if; data_out(1) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 1 when b1 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b2; end if; data_out(2) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 2 when b2 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b3; end if; data_out(3) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 3 when b3 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b4; end if; data_out(4) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 4 when b4 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b5; end if; data_out(5) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 5 when b5 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b6; end if; data_out(6) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 6 when b6 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= b7; end if; data_out(7) <= RxD_sync; -- Acquisition bit 7 when b7 => if tick_UART = '1' then state <= idle; -- state <= stop; end if; end case; end if; end process; end Behavioral;
  9. Hello! For a (very modest) first try with the BASYS 3 board, I'd like to measure a signal using an ADC for the BASYS 3 board I have, possibly average the signal over a set of measurements and then send this out using PWM. I'm looking for examples in VHDL, and only found one in verilog so far. And any explanation that you care to offer me. As you can tell I'm a novis and a biologist at that. I've taken (75%) of a beginners course in VHDL, but am very interested and enthusiastic. Now, hit me (with kid gloves). Thanks in advance!
  10. ahmedmohamed85

    FPGA Projects and ZYNQ step by step tutorials

    Hi all, A new website is offering FPGA projects and ZYNQ step by step tutorials with full source codes, maybe it is useful : https://www.fpgagate.com/
  11. leventofset

    Using memory values in Verilog / VHDL

    Hello everyone, I'm using Zybo and i want to create a custom ip. The ip will have two inputs (as registers) that has 32 bits: Let's call them a[31:0] and b[31:0]. And i want to get memory value at a and add b. The calculated value is a new memory address and i want to read value at that address and write it into the third register of ip. But i haven't find a tutorial like this. If there's any, i would like to know it. Thanks for your time.
  12. CurtP

    Feedback on a register file design?

    Hey everyone, I've done the initial design of a register file (16x 32-bit registers, two write ports, four read ports) in VHDL as part of a larger project, but seeing as I am a relative newcomer to HDLs, I was hoping to get some feedback on my design, any errors I may have made, or any improvements I might want to make. Here is the VHDL: -- Register file -- Two write ports, four read ports. -- For performance reasons, this register file does not check for the same -- register being written on both write ports in the same cycle. CPU control -- circuitry is responsible for preventing this condition from happening. library IEEE; use IEEE.std_logic_1164.all; use IEEE.numeric_std.all; use work.cpu1_globals_1.all; use work.func_pkg.all; entity registerFile is port ( clk : in std_logic; rst : in std_logic; writeEnableA : in std_logic; writeEnableB : in std_logic; readSelA, readSelB, readSelC, readSelD, writeSelA, writeSelB : in std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); data_inA, data_inB : in std_logic_vector(DATA_WIDTH - 1 downto 0); data_outA, data_outB, data_outC, data_outD : out std_logic_vector(DATA_WIDTH - 1 downto 0) ); end registerFile; architecture behavioral of registerFile is type regArray is array (0 to 15) of std_logic_vector(DATA_WIDTH - 1 downto 0); signal registers : regArray := (others => (others => '0')); begin data_outA <= registers(to_integer(unsigned(readSelA))); data_outB <= registers(to_integer(unsigned(readSelB))); data_outC <= registers(to_integer(unsigned(readSelC))); data_outD <= registers(to_integer(unsigned(readSelD))); registerFile_main : process(clk) begin if(rising_edge(clk)) then if(rst = '1') then registers <= (others => (others => '0')); else if(writeEnableA = '1') then registers(to_integer(unsigned(writeSelA))) <= data_inA; end if; if(writeEnableB = '1') then registers(to_integer(unsigned(writeSelB))) <= data_inB; end if; end if; end if; end process; end behavioral; This design is intended for use on FPGAs, hence the use of default values for the registers. I appreciate any feedback you might have! Thanks, - Curt
  13. Mell

    Vivado CLOCK_DEDICATED_ROUTE

    Hello everyone, I use 1 pin of the pmod connector of the basys3 board for receiving a signal. So in the .xdc file i set every right but I need to say that the incoming signal is not a clock. In the help it suggests "set_property CLOCK_DEDICATED_ROUTE value [get_nets net_name]". I changed the net_name with the signal name "set_property CLOCK_DEDICATED_ROUTE value [get_nets echo_pin]" but u get this critical warning "Invalid option 'FALSEecho_pin' specified for'objects'. anyone an idee? thank you
  14. I am using basys 3 and VHDL to create a stopwatch and I need to do it for both the 7 segment display of the basys3 itself and for a external 4 digit 7 segment display. I am given the clock divider code for the 7 seven of the basys3 by my instructor and I managed to do the stopwatch. When I changed all my constraints to the PMOD pins and connect to the external 7 segment I can see that it works because it stops and resets but it does the counting so quickly that I can't read at all. I am thinking that the problem may be because of the clock divider and the frequency of the clocks. The given code states that since the original clock of the basys3 is 100 MHz a counter will count up to 500000 to obtain a 100 hz and another counter will count up to 208334 that is 240 Hz. First of all I didn't understand why the second clock is 240 Hz and why do the counters count up to these irrelivant numbers. Secondly what can I do for the external 4 bit 7 segment to slow it down?
  15. Hi, I just brought the NEXYS 4 FPGA and want to start learn it myself. The first project I am trying to do is changing the seven segment display one by one. Is there any example code that I can start with? Thank you.
  16. ashman

    Arty hello world

    Hello to all, I'm a college student with a bit of arduino experience. I got ARTY because I have a course that requires learning the VHDL rudiments. (the choice of board was free, I hope I made a good choice!) My goal would be to start with a very simple project, maybe turn on some LEDs by pushing the buttons and getting familiar with the development environment. I am currently using Vivado 2017 and I have managed to have arty in the project board list. After that I do not know what to do, and I did not find a giuide for dummies that explained how to get to my goal. I have to use VHDL and for now my goal is to have a code as clean as possible and essential (also at the expense of not using all the potential of the board) I hope it is a not too complex and accessible request happy to start
  17. Hello, I am using a NEXYS 4 DDR and I am acquiring some data with the ADC that has this card, I want to implement a filter to eliminate the noise. Someone has an example in VHDL. Thank you.
  18. Hi, I'm new to this. I want to know how to describe in VHDL the operation of the ADC of the Nexys 4 to view it in LEDs. Any suggestion?
  19. Hello, some people might already know The PoC-Library. It's a collection of over 120 free and open source IP cores, that are platform independent. The IP core work on Altera, Intel, Lattice and Xilinx FPGAs of any device family. The core are describe in platform independent, generic VHDL code. If vendor primitives are required or better implementations can be achieved, a configuration mechanism will select a suitable implementation. PoC has gotten a first simple set of new I/O controllers abstracting Digilent's Pmods. These are located here: https://github.com/VLSI-EDA/PoC/tree/master/src/io/pmod I might wonder if users in this forum or Digilent itself would be interested to add more Pmod abstraction layers for modules like the temperature sensor, OLED displays, ... I'm going to release a set of basic I/O controllers for I²C, OW and SPI soon. These can then be used as a communication base for higher level protocol implementations to the Pmods. If one is interested or has questions, please let me know. You can contact me e.g. via Gitter: https://gitter.im/Paebbels Kind regards Patrick Lehmann
  20. guneryunus

    create sine wave on dac using vhdl

    i want to generate sine wave on dac (pmodda3)(http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/AD5541A.pdf)and i am using spartan3e but there ara several warnings ,How can i fix the warnings? i loaded code and picture. help me please ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use ieee.std_logic_arith.all; use ieee.std_logic_signed.all; use ieee.numeric_std.all; entity kecelikalem is port( clk: in STD_LOGIC; reset : in STD_LOGIC; din:out std_logic; ldac:out std_logic:='1'; cs :out std_logic:='1'; sclk :out std_logic:='1'); end kecelikalem; architecture Behavioral of kecelikalem is signal a:integer range 0 to 3:=0; signal i : integer range 0 to 18:=0; type veri is array (2 downto 0) of std_logic_vector(15 downto 0); signal sine :veri:=("1100000000100000","0000000000001111","1100000000000000"); --signal sine :std_logic_vector(15 downto 0):="1100000000000011"; signal data :std_logic_vector(15 downto 0); signal temporal: STD_LOGIC; signal counter : integer range 0 to 124999 := 0; begin frequency_divider: process (reset, clk) begin if (reset = '1') then temporal <= '0'; counter <= 0; elsif rising_edge(clk) then if (counter = 124999) then temporal <= NOT(temporal); counter <= 0; else counter <= counter + 1; end if; end if; end process; sclk <= temporal; process (temporal) begin if falling_edge(temporal) then if(a=3) then a<=0; else data<=sine(a); if (i=18) then a<=a+1; ldac<='1'; i<=0; else if (i=17) then ldac <='0'; else if (i=16) then cs<='1'; ldac <='1'; else cs<='0'; din<=data(i); --din<=sine(i); ldac <='1'; end if ; end if; end if ; i<=i+1; end if; end if; end process; end Behavioral;
  21. PoorCollegeStudent

    Not understanding LCD Display

    Hello Digilent community, I am currently taking my first digital electronics class and my final project is a calculator written in VHDL using a Basys3 board, 16-key keypad, and a 16x2 LCD display with parallel interface, all provided by Digilent. I took a look at the provided example code from the resource library and I just had some questions about how it works. Now, the example code declares a constant before any of the processes, and this constant is an array of std_logic_vectors so it holds a preloaded message "Hello From Digilent" with the necessary function sets and all that preceding the message. In my case, I have to have a way to display the inputs from the keypad on the display and also display the output on the 2nd line of the display. I have the main logic part of the calculator settled, I just want to know how I can direct these signals from the keypad and the output of the computational module (as in the sum, difference, product, etc.) to the LCD display. I have never played with a display before now and never used VHDL or any type of board like the Basys3 before this class, so I guess I'm still quite novice and don't understand a good part of what the example code is telling me. I do get that the state machine is just cycling through the values in the constant and waits for certain delays to pass through before transitioning between certain states. Since the values on the display have to be updated live as the user inputs numbers from the keypad and also when there is a value computed, how can I shift from having a constant with a preloaded message to something that can update itself as needed? My idea was keep the idea of the array of std_logic_vectors but only have one value (rather than the 23 or 24 that are preloaded in the current example code) that will update with every key press. I'll have two of these, one for the inputs (to show the numbers and operations on the first line) and one for the output (to show on the second line). I'm thinking maybe I declare a variable within a process that will update and be sensitive to the key presses? Also, I tried looking around the reference manual and such but I could not find the function code for how to display information on the 2nd line; so far, stuff only displays on the first line. Sorry this is such a bulky post. I have had a lot of questions and my professor hasn't been around much. Also, part of this project is learning to interface with new components, so in my case the keypad and lcd display, and I'm not having much luck without any guidance unfortunately. Thank you for taking the time to read this! P.S. Attached the example vhd file from Digilent here for easy access in case anyone wants to look! PmodCLP.vhd
  22. Miguel

    Nexys_Video_Vivado2014_PmodDA4

    Hello, dear collegues! I work with Nexys Video board. I use VHDL. Now I try to create project with PmodDA4. I have 4 variables which I obtained inside the project and I want to obtain it like 4 analog signals. I have found an example, but when I tried to implement it for my board it does not work (code is bellow)... If it is some example code for this PmodDA4, please send it... I could not find it for this board. -- The four left-most switches (SW15-SW12) define the command, i.e. 0011 -- The four switches after (SW11-SW8) define the address, i.e. 1111 -- The right-most switch (SW0) defines the regime: working, fast (0) or "human", slow (1) library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.all; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_unsigned.all; entity pgnd is port( btnc : in STD_LOGIC; sysclk : in STD_LOGIC; sw : in STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(7 downto 0); led : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(3 downto 0); jb : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(3 downto 0) ); end pgnd; architecture pgnd of pgnd is signal count: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(27 downto 0) := X"0000000"; signal count2: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(11 downto 0) := X"001"; signal word_count: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(5 downto 0) := "000000"; signal sclk0, pout: STD_LOGIC; signal sync0 : STD_LOGIC := '0'; -- signal data: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(11 downto 0) := X"000"; signal pdata: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(31 downto 0) := X"00000000"; begin counterp: process(sysclk, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then count <= X"0000000"; elsif rising_edge(sysclk) then count <= count + 1; end if; end process; sclkp: process(sysclk, count, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then sclk0 <= '0'; elsif rising_edge(sysclk) then if sw(0) = '1' then -- Use the same freq for both LEDs and sync sclk0 <= count(25); -- Divide 100 MHz / 2^25 => "human" freq else sclk0 <= count(5); -- Divide 100 MHz / 32 = 3.125 MHz end if; end if; end process; -- Word bits counter: 40 = 32 bits sync + 8 void bits word_countp: process(sclk0, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then word_count <= "101000"; -- # 40 elsif rising_edge(sclk0) then if word_count = "101000" then word_count <= "000000"; else word_count <= word_count + 1; end if; end if; end process; -- Sync signal signal_syncp: process(sclk0, word_count, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then sync0 <= '1'; elsif rising_edge(sclk0) then if word_count = "000000" then sync0 <= '0'; elsif word_count = "100000" then sync0 <= '1'; end if; end if; end process; signal_shiftp: process(sclk0, word_count, sw, count2, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then pdata <= X"0" & sw(7 downto 0) & count2 & X"00"; elsif rising_edge(sclk0) then if word_count = "101000" then pdata <= X"0" & sw(7 downto 0) & count2 & X"00"; else pdata <= pdata(30 downto 0) & pdata(31); end if; end if; end process; -- Sawtooth data modulation data_countp: process(sclk0, word_count, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then count2 <= X"001"; elsif rising_edge(sclk0) and word_count = "101000" then count2 <= count2 + 1; end if; end process; -- Data transmission process spip: process(sclk0, word_count, btnc) begin if btnc = '1' then pout <= '0'; elsif rising_edge(sclk0) then -- Send the signal pout <= pdata(31); end if; end process; JB(0) <= sync0; -- SYNC JB(1) <= pout; -- DOUT JB(2) <= pout; -- Just duplicate DOUT JB(3) <= sclk0; -- SCLK led(0) <= sclk0 when sw(0) = '1' else -- show the real SCLK count(24); -- or indicate device is working on higher freq led(1) <= sclk0 when sw(0) = '1' else not count(24); -- Couple the other leds only if the frequency is "human" led(2) <= pout when sw(0) = '1' else '0'; -- DOUT led(3) <= sync0 when sw(0) = '1' else '0'; -- SYNC end pgnd;
  23. Vonmuller

    Ethernet UDP echo-server

    A UDP echo-server design uses on-board Ethernet port to create a data-link between FPGA board Nexys 4 DDR and MatLAB. Echo-server is capable of reception and transmission data packets using ARP and UDP/IP protocols. MAC address of FPGA board: 00:18:3e:01:ff:71 IP4 address of FPGA board: 192.168.1.10 Port number of the board, used in the design, is 58210. The echo-server will reply back to any data server, which uses correct IP4 address and Port number of the board. MAC address of the board is made discoverable for the data server via ARP protocol. This echo-server design doesn't use any input or output FIFO's as elesticity buffers,both in- and outgoing data packets are parsed/assembled in parallel with Rx/Tx processes, which allows better resource utilisation at the price of, probably, more complex design architecture. Design is implemented in VHDL using ISE by Xilinx. Below there are the source files for the echo-server projects along with .m file to transmit/receive data using MatLAB. Figure "wireshark_capture" illustrates the data traffic between FPGA board and data server (MatLAB); Figure "TxRx_Error" compares transmitted data against the data received from the board. UDP echo-server manual.7z UDP echo-server.7z
  24. a_basys3_user

    BASYS3 VGA Output Out of Range problem

    Hello everyone, I just started learning VHDL and digital design on my college and as a term project I am to design a digital circuit which will output a game through VGA pins. I first started examining examples on the internet and tried to synthetise myself on Vivado Design Suite. However, I encountered problems. The following is the code which I use to synchronize image. library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_ARITH.ALL; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_UNSIGNED.ALL; entity sync_module is Port ( clk : in STD_LOGIC; reset : in STD_LOGIC; start : in STD_LOGIC; y_control : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (9 downto 0); x_control : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (9 downto 0); h_s : out STD_LOGIC; v_s : out STD_LOGIC; video_on : out STD_LOGIC); end sync_module; architecture Behavioral of sync_module is -- Video Parameters constant HR:integer:=1280;--Horizontal Resolution constant HFP:integer:=48;--Horizontal Front Porch constant HBP:integer:=248;--Horizontal Back Porch constant HRet:integer:=112;--Horizontal retrace constant VR:integer:=1024;--Vertical Resolution constant VFP:integer:=1;--Vertical Front Porch constant VBP:integer:=38;--Vertical Back Porch constant VRet:integer:=3;--Vertical Retrace --sync counter signal counter_h,counter_h_next: integer range 0 to 799; signal counter_v,counter_v_next: integer range 0 to 524; --mod 2 counter signal counter_mod2,counter_mod2_next: std_logic:='0'; --State signals signal h_end, v_end:std_logic:='0'; --Output Signals(buffer) signal hs_buffer,hs_buffer_next:std_logic:='0'; signal vs_buffer,vs_buffer_next:std_logic:='0'; --pixel counter signal x_counter, x_counter_next:integer range 0 to 900; signal y_counter, y_counter_next:integer range 0 to 900; --video_on_off signal video:std_logic; begin --clk register process(clk,reset,start) begin if reset ='1' then counter_h<=0; counter_v<=0; hs_buffer<='0'; hs_buffer<='0'; counter_mod2<='0'; elsif clk'event and clk='1' then if start='1' then counter_h<=counter_h_next; counter_v<=counter_v_next; x_counter<=x_counter_next; y_counter<=y_counter_next; hs_buffer<=hs_buffer_next; vs_buffer<=vs_buffer_next; counter_mod2<=counter_mod2_next; end if; end if; end process; --video on/off video <= '1' when (counter_v >= VBP) and (counter_v < VBP + VR) and (counter_h >=HBP) and (counter_h < HBP + HR) else '0'; --mod 2 counter counter_mod2_next<=not counter_mod2; --end of Horizontal scanning h_end<= '1' when counter_h=799 else '0'; -- end of Vertical scanning v_end<= '1' when counter_v=524 else '0'; -- Horizontal Counter process(counter_h,counter_mod2,h_end) begin counter_h_next<=counter_h; if counter_mod2= '1' then if h_end='1' then counter_h_next<=0; else counter_h_next<=counter_h+1; end if; end if; end process; -- Vertical Counter process(counter_v,counter_mod2,h_end,v_end) begin counter_v_next <= counter_v; if counter_mod2= '1' and h_end='1' then if v_end='1' then counter_v_next<=0; else counter_v_next<=counter_v+1; end if; end if; end process; --pixel x counter process(x_counter,counter_mod2,h_end,video) begin x_counter_next<=x_counter; if video = '1' then if counter_mod2= '1' then if x_counter= 639 then x_counter_next<=0; else x_counter_next<=x_counter + 1; end if; end if; else x_counter_next<=0; end if; end process; --pixel y counter process(y_counter,counter_mod2,h_end,counter_v) begin y_counter_next<=y_counter; if counter_mod2= '1' and h_end='1' then if counter_v >32 and counter_v <512 then y_counter_next<=y_counter + 1; else y_counter_next<=0; end if; end if; end process; --buffer hs_buffer_next<= '1' when counter_h < 704 else--(HBP+HGO+HFP) '0'; vs_buffer_next<='1' when counter_v < 523 else--(VBP+VGO+VFP) '0'; --outputs y_control <= conv_std_logic_vector(y_counter,10); x_control <= conv_std_logic_vector(x_counter,10); h_s<= hs_buffer; v_s<= vs_buffer; video_on<=video; end Behavioral; ...and the following is a snippet from my constraints file : set_property PACKAGE_PIN N19 [get_ports {rgb[0]}] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports {rgb[0]}] set_property PACKAGE_PIN J18 [get_ports {rgb[1]}] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports {rgb[1]}] set_property PACKAGE_PIN D17 [get_ports {rgb[2]}] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports {rgb[2]}] set_property PACKAGE_PIN P19 [get_ports h_s] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports h_s] set_property PACKAGE_PIN R19 [get_ports v_s] set_property IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 [get_ports v_s] ## END VGA CONNECTOR I went through google results for this "out of range" problem and none of them solved my problem. Then I connected my oscilloscope to the output of the horizontal sync and vertical sync. This is from the 13 pin of the VGA output : And this is the output of the 14. pin: So what do you think my problem is? The default demo on BASYS3 runs flawlessly.
  25. MrKing

    arty - getting started and above

    Hi, I'm looking for tutorials to handle the arty board. I allready keept an eye on the digilent examples. But I want a fast aproach with examples like this http://eb.dy.fi/2015/11/arty-hello-world/ Knows anybody good online resources to learn step by step how to create UART, SPI, I2C, analog dataloger (yes, i know, there is a XADC-sheet from digilent), ditgital datalogger, and so on?